Leaders will face organizational rejection if they fail to clearly connect outcomes to profits and don’t listen to the people closest to the customer.
Focusing on a more intimate view of a customer's challenges will provide new avenues for innovation.
In part 1 of our 2-part interview, Chief Executive caught up with Chertoff to talk about cyber threats, what's on the horizon in cybersecurity and what CEOs and directors need to know moving forward.
Why are so many employers disconnected from managing one of the most important and costly expenditures for their organizations?
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Larry Kudlow has announced that he will accept President Trump’s job offer as director of the National Economic Council, replacing Gary Cohn.
While companies fear the impact of a cyberattack, only 19 percent are highly confident in their organization’s ability to prevent and respond to a hack.
New entrepreneurs often believe their careers will allow them to truly pursue their passions, but the truth is, entrepreneurship brings with it a lot of responsibility.
With President Trump ousting former ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson as U.S. Secretary of State, the question now is whether a return to the business world is in his future.
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Chief Executive talked with Underkoffler about how technology is driving collaboration, how he manages risk and what the future holds for technology and business.
As CEO, one of your most important jobs is to maximize the efficiency of your operations, and a big part of that mandate involves eliminating bottlenecks.
Few people have had as much influence over the current thinking on the intersection of technology and talent as Laszlo Bock, who led “people operations” at Google for a decade.
After 12-plus years at the helm of Wall Street heavyweight Goldman Sachs, chairman and CEO Lloyd Blankfein will be stepping down from his position, possibly as early as the end of 2018.